The Victorian Curriculum is managed by VCAA (Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority). All Victorian government and Catholic schools are required to use the Victorian Curriculum F–10. Independent schools may use the Victorian Curriculum F–10 as a model and resource for the effective implementation of the Australian Curriculum.
The Australian Curriculum is managed by The Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA). Some independent schools in Victoria follow this curriculum in preference to the Victorian Curriculum.
AEF provides school leaders, teachers and students with the global perspectives and tools to amplify their intercultural skills and mindsets. AEF delivers informative resources, national and international professional learning, innovative programs and rich networks that connect Australian schools with over 20 countries in Asia-Pacific.
The International Children’s Digital Library (ICDL) allows you to read over 1500 children's books online. The books are published in many different countries and languages. It provides free access to high-quality digital books from around the world. You can browse by age, genre, book length, character types.
VCAA has an array of resources to support schools in implementing the VC, including professional learning opportunities. Resources are organised by curriculum areas, cross-curriculum topics and a professional learning program.
The Foodprint Melbourne research team has worked with the Geography Teachers' Association of Victoria to develop a set of teaching resources to support the 'Biomes and food security' unit of the Year 9 geography curriculum.
This website is maintained by John Larkin, who teaches history to secondary school students in New South Wales. There are resources for topics such as: The Vietnam War, Communism & Menzies, Aboriginal History and much more.
The Parliamentary Education Office (PEO) educates Australians about, and inspires their enthusiasm for, Australia’s parliamentary democracy. Through accessible, immersive, experiential programs and resources we foster informed, engaged and active citizens of all ages. Located in Australia’s Parliament House, we are leaders in civics and citizenship education.
This page from the State Library of Victoria supports the teaching and learning of history from Levels 7 to 12. It has a range of resources, including activities and worksheets, as well as dedicated resource kits (units). Students can also delve into the ‘Explore history' section, which tells the stories of Victoria's social, political and cultural development with original documents and images that they can use in assignments.